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Plattsmouth Daily Heral
K NOTTS BROS, Publishers
Published e?ry Thursday, land dally every
flvenluK except Sunday.
Roistered itttliv Flattstmouili. Neb. post
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t second c1;ish r;itt;.
Ofllce cornrr Vine ;ind Fifth streets.
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THURSDAY, MAY 21, l-9l
TO ADVKfTIS E
AND BRING YOUR ADVERTISEMENT
tfOToti TTant Ito Sell Tour
THE HERALD'S job department hat been fitted with new
ype d is able to do the fies t of work and on hort notie.
t-ale bill call on this office and get our pric whih are
reasonable and alike to all.
We are Here to Please
Co Fifth an. Vine Sts PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA
Til i:Cliic;i" Inter ( )ec;m vs t liat
democratic members of the Omnh
City Council would like to secede
from Nebraska, but none of the con
Illations territory is inak ii any
bids foril e.n. They would not boron
Hiucreu Irsiral;le ucciuisitiotm even
sAYS a frroaninir tree-trade con
tempo-ary: "The tariff is robbing
the tanners. 1 he tanner goes on
selling1 his corn and wheat and
potatoes for better prices than he
has jot for years, and buj'fJ h
staples dry floods and sii-;ir and
other crroceries cheaper, than ever
before. Under such conditions.
The t in plate liar is undone and
the farmers suddenly acquired
friend, ihef . ee-Irader wears the bel
unchallenged as the champion liar
Now comes the edition of the
Urooklyn Citizen whiiiiti"f because
the President during one month
made more voluminous speeches
than D. Webster or K. Uurke and
that P. Henry's were not half so
bulky. The editor complains that
he "sees nothing of an impressive
character in the speeches." Prob
ably not. The democratic editors
of New York ank Brooklyn did not
publish and likelv did not read the
President's speeches. They started
out early to snub the President and
ire heartily welcome to all they
have made in the matter, -Kx.
It is very pathetic to think of
Sky-rocket Bryan, the democratic
u. C. Irom this district, having to
suffer the total demolition of his
pretty little tin bucket canard, that
won him votes so neatly last fall
The tin dinner pail story has done
its duty, and the tin plate factories
now at work in this country, have
everlasi iii"fl-shut it out as a free
trade helper to jain votes. The pe
ople know more than they d;d, and
about the time Mr. Hrj-an closes his
term in congress, he will feel the
wrailiof an indignant people, who
will see to it that wholesale lying
shall receive its punishment
though it be for a time delayed.
THE richest discussion we have
read lately is a frothy bont in the
World-Herald between a lot of dem
ocratic scions, as to who should be
the big boss democrat in Nebraska.
Some of the Omaha faithful are for
that modern sphinx. Charley Ogden
While the younger effervescent
class dote on Bryan as being the
only Moses that can lead to a per
manent festal board loaded with
proverbial milk and honey, Kven
Frank Morrissey, the defunct gar
bage master, of Omaha, and a news
paper man of marked ability takes
a hand inthe argument and
closes ajlongletter with these words:
In ever- district in the state, aye
in every county. I would be glad
to see an Ogden or a Bryan the
more of them the better come to
the front, even if a dozen or more
mossbacks have to be thrust aside
or trodden upon to make way for
j-oung democracy. May its coun
cils swell in numbers and its victor
ies.contiiitie to multiplx-.
Another correspondent speaking
of Ogden says as a leader he is su
preme with the strategic power of
Napolean and the unexcelled quali
ties of a successful leader. Brj an
comes in for even more effusive
praise of which the following sen
tence is a fair sample:
His personal' burst upon Ne
braska politics like a brilliant me
teor across a sodden sky. and it car
ried him straight into the love of
his part- and the esteem of the peo
ple opposed to his politics.
To an outsider the fun of the
whole business is what does demo
cratic leadership in Nebraska
amount to anyway? With a third
ticket in the fieldand at least ti.OOO
fraudulent votes cast in Omaha at
the last state election, they polled
less than one-third of the votes cast
in the state last fall. The glimpse
that has been afforded them of the
promised land seems to have affect
ed the "young democrats" mind
whose idea now is, that they need
nothing but a good boss democrat
to make victory certain in Nebraska.
The enthusiastic correspondents of
the World-Herald should bath their
heads and cool their ardor, Nebras
ka has elected her last democratic
DIVERSITY IN FARMING.
The protective policy adopted in
IHtJ improved the condition of
farmers as well ns manufacturers,
and proved to be a reined' for the
hard times of the previous years.
The departure from this protective
policy produced Ihe disastrous
times that occurred in ls"2. The
low price of farm products, the
shrinkage in farm values, indeed
the hard times to the Western farm
ers (to say nothing of the low con
dition of the Government credit)
during that period have had no
para'.lel from that time to the pres
ent. Since the adoption of the pro
tective policy in lNil) 'throwing out
the years of the war). -rom ISXi to
1SSI), 2') years of the most prosperous
in our national hisiory, prosperous
for fanners as well as manufactu
rers. The census of INN) shows that
the increase in eight of the
Western states - Illinois, Indi
an;'., Iowa. Kansas, Wit
cousiu, Michigan, M innesota and
Nebraska was 'MM per cent., while
the increase during the same period
in the six manufacturing States
of New Ivnu'latid, including also
the stales of New York and Pennsyl
vauia was 210 perceiit.--lS(') per cen
train in the agricultural states over
manufacturing" States. Stock In
fTjree little kifferp soiled fyeir Dzittep,
Aftd didrrt krjpv Vlpl lo do;
fiNfc Wise old friend
i , So Irue.
jMg. jN se IjfHe kilter, wed ir njiifens
z? Uuickiy e&cb stain.
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"Vre as brigfy'r aqd soft as rev
SantaCla'Js Soap-Made ohly by
N.K. Fairbanks Co. Chicago-
OF THE TARIFF
What better testimony to the good
effects of the McKinley bill could
be given than the following from
Bradstreet's of Feb. '21:
An iiiterestiiir feature of the
woolen manufacturing situation is
the number of new mills being built
or projected in the west. Since the
first ol the year it has been reported
that a woolen mill has been pro
jected at K'osedale, Kan.; the Com
mercial Club of Albuquerque, N.
M., is negotiating with woolen man
ufacturers whom it hopes to induce
to move there; the new Minneapolis
Woolen Mills are being equipped
as rapidly as possible; tnere is re
ported a probability that a woolen
mill will be built at Belton, lex.; at
Marshall, Tex., the ground has been
purchased for a mill and work on
its construction is to begin soon;
at San Antonio a company is said
to be organizing for wool manufac
turing; at Granville, Tenn., the es
tablishment of a woolen plant is re
ceiving serious attention, and an-
nouncements are made of woolen
mills to be erected at Charlestown,
W. Va., and Jacksonville, Ma.
Thus, while the enemies of Pro
tection are eagerl3r watching for
the slighest turn in market fluctua
tions tt) twist it into a justiffcatioii
of their exaggerated assertions
about McKinley prices, McKinley
industeriea are springing up all
over the country to give increased
einployiiient to labor ana to pour
plenty into thousands of working-
men s nomes. .American econo
W. D. JONES. Proprietor.
THE FINEST RIGS IN
Cor. 4th and Vina
Pleasure and Short
F Q Fftioq b & C
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON II AND
A Full and Complete line of
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, and Oils.
DSUGGISTS SUNDRIES AND PURE LIQUORS
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at all Hours
mat is wny urcu uoracr alter irf vears ot experience as tlm most KUfc..''ul
t " t . 1; 1 . -l , . . . -. .
.-vyricunurai impicmeni uciier in uie county nas Beiected tlio following iiWln.
aienta which he carries and heartily reoonimonus to his friends and put run 4.
Constantly keeps on hand everything
you nenl to furnish your house.
CORNER SIXTFI AND MAIN STKEET
The 5th St. Merchant Tailor
Keeps a Full Hue of
ForeiT.7 i oi?j5tic Gooh.
Consult Your liiterew' by Oivinn H1i:i h
.Plr-Ut-:il.5f in 111 .'-
The Best is the Cheapest
EZotcliiim.. 2oline and Scla-atlor
Sradloy, 3?ru, and IDooro
LISTERS and PLOWS
NEW DEPARTURE TONGUELES .CUL
tivators and Badger Cultivator.
WEIRS AND BRADLEY STALKCUTTER
DEERE, FARMERS FRIEND AND HA-
worth Checkrowers and Planters.
Handles tli finestot Buggies, Photons, Carts, Spring Whib. and
Carriage and other yehicles that are manufactured.
The largest line in Cass County, ot double and iii''le harness at.
prieffa so lovr that it will pay you to come 20 miles and inspect etock
before purchasing elsewhere. DAVID MILLEli an experienced
workman has charge ot our harness shop.
FMattsmouth and Weeping Water
Everything: to Furnish Your House.
HOUSE FURNISHING EMPORIUM.
STAPLE AND FANCY
FIooi' sii0 Feefl a Specially
JOHNSON BUILDING. Korth 6th S
Having bought the J V Weckbach store roorr1?
on south Main street I offer my entire stock at
a sacrifice to save moving. Mow is the time
to buy Gasoline stoves and furniture of all
Opera House Block J. PEARL3IAN.
I THE POSITIVE CURE. )M&
ELY BROTHERS. M Wurea 8, New Tort Price GO cf.l
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